|2007 ‐ 2015||Professor, Department Chair, Loyola University Chicago ‐ Quinlan School of Business|
Strategic management and organizational economics, Information technology and resource co-specialization, Strategic entrepreneurship and business planning, Entrepreneurial judgement and commitment action, Organizational ecology of retailing institutions, Social enterprise and corporate social responsibility, and Structure and process of expert decision making
Entrepreneurial cognition (2)
Research Works (3)
Matching Slack Resources and Investment Strategies to Achieve Long-Term Performance ...
School of Business: Faculty Publications and Other Works (2013)
Managers are continually challenged to balance the tradeoffs between adapting to rapidly changing market environments and focusing on existing core ...
A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF SENSE-MAKING ACTIVITIES ...
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research (2010)
This research seeks to identify antecedents and consequences of entrepreneurial sense-making activities while addressing the potential problems originating from the ...
No Subject Area (4)
Evolution of Entrepreneurial Judgment with Venture-Specific Experience
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal (2016)
This study advances research on entrepreneurial cognition by investigating how entrepreneurial judgment evolves during new venture creation. We conceptualize entrepreneurial ...
ADDRESSING THE SUBCONSCIOUS: AN EMPIRICAL EXAMINATION OF INTROSPECTION ACCURACY BETWEEN ...
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research (2014)
The evaluation and decision of what constitutes an attractive business opportunity remains of central interest to entrepreneurship scholars, educators and ...